divarication


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Nevertheless, theropod tracks have generally less divarication than the La Rueda footprints and generally they are asymmetrical (cf.
Novelistic consistency in point-of-view is abandoned in favor of a modernistic divarication of vision, a kind of Cubist jumbling.
Digit divarication angle is similar to trackway 1, about 25 degrees.
54-6) may stem from his definition of ~stride' as ~a long step; a step taken with great violence; a wide divarication of the legs'.